May 17, 2018

On a summer day in July 2013, I vividly recall how I felt after learning that George Zimmerman was acquitted of murdering Trayvon Martin. I felt violated, angry and powerless. Like many other Black Americans, I watched the trial and eage...

May 16, 2018

Without question, America is becoming more racially and ethnically diverse. Blacks and Latinx are projected to become the “minority-majority” populations. Yet, barriers exist for supporting student and faculty diversity in higher educati...

May 16, 2018

 Although I was an English major during my undergraduate studies, my initial interests in literary greats were focused more on their health disorders like drug addiction, depression, and narcissism rather than their literary talents. For...

May 1, 2018

While I have frequently been a victim of post-humanist views, prior to enrolling in the course Intersectionality & Activist Research (M4BL) or reading “Humans Involved: Lurking in the Lines of Posthumanist Flight” by Tiffany King (2017),...

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